Cliff Floyd

MLB Analyst

Cliff Floyd, a 17-year Major League outfielder and first baseman, is an analyst appearing across MLB Network’s and FOX Sports programming.

During his playing career, Floyd batted .278 with 1,479 hits, 233 home runs and 865 RBI as an outfielder and first baseman. Floyd was named to the National League All-Star team in 2001, when he batted .317 with 31 home runs and 103 RBI for the Florida Marlins. Defensively, Floyd led all National League outfielders with 15 assists in 2005 while with the Mets. Floyd was a part of four Postseason teams, including the 1997 World Series champion Marlins. Floyd broke into MLB with the Montreal Expos (1993-1996, 2002) and also spent time with the Marlins (1997-2002), Red Sox (2002), Mets (2003-2006), Cubs (2007), Rays (2008) and Padres (2009).

Floyd’s previous experience in broadcasting includes serving as an expert host on “SiriusXM Fantasy Baseball” since 2011. Floyd also works as a pre- and postgame analyst for Marlins games on Fox Sports Florida and has worked an analyst on NBC Sports Network’s “SportsTalk.”